7/27/2013 | Vogelsong feels great in second rehab start
Injured Giants starter Ryan Vogelsong completed his second rehab appearance Friday night with Class A San Jose. In 2 2/3 innings, the only hit he allowed was a two-run home run.
7/27/2013 | Tribe blanks Rangers as Masterson outduels Yu
In a matchup that lived up to its billing, Justin Masterson outdueled Yu Darvish to guide the Indians to a 1-0 victory on Saturday night at Progressive Field.
7/27/2013 | Dodgers alter rotation to give Nolasco extra rest
The Dodgers will shuffle their starting rotation following Monday's off-day, pushing back Ricky Nolasco and keeping Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw on regular rest to start against the Yankees.
7/27/2013 | Ryu earns praise of fellow South Korean Park
Hyun-Jin Ryu's impressive rookie season with the Dodgers has caught the eye of another South Korean pitcher who debuted with the Dodgers -- Chan Ho Park.
7/27/2013 | High fever sidelines Crawford after trip to ER
Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford was sent to the emergency room on Saturday afternoon as a precautionary measure due to a high fever.
7/27/2013 | D-backs second-round pick thriving early
Selected 52nd overall by Arizona in the second round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, Justin Williams is already flourishing in his first taste of professional baseball, playing for the Arizona League (Rookie) D-backs.
7/27/2013 | Choo-Ryu matchup a big draw for S. Korean population
South Korea natives Shin-Soo Choo and Hyun-Jin Ryu faced each other for the first time on Saturday, much to the delight of Los Angeles' large South Korean population.
7/27/2013 | Broxton throws 20-pitch live BP session
Jonathan Broxton threw 20 pitches in a live batting practice session against Reds hitters at Dodger Stadium on Saturday.
7/27/2013 | Hinch reflects on time in D-backs organization
Padres vice president and assistant general manager A.J. Hinch spent the first game of this series against the D-backs in Chase Field's designated box for the visiting general manager.
7/27/2013 | Kipnis honored to receive Heart and Hustle Award
With so many awards being received by so many players, it might be easy to believe that such honors are taken for granted. That's not how Tribe second baseman Jason Kipnis feels about the Heart and Hustle Award.
7/27/2013 | Reds, Dodgers wrap series with matchup of southpaws
The Reds-Dodgers series finale will be determined by a matchup of southpaws as Cincinnati looks to gain a split behind Tony Cingrani, while Los Angeles attempts to take three of four behind an inconsistent Chris Capuano.
7/27/2013 | Ryu silences Reds over seven brilliant innings
Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out nine in seven dominant innings, retiring the final 13 batters he faced, and Skip Schumaker hit a tiebreaking homer in the fifth to give the Dodgers a 4-1 win over the Reds Saturday at Dodger Stadium.
7/27/2013 | Betancourt recovering; no timetable for return
Rockies closer Rafael Betancourt is on the road to recovery from an emergency appendectomy eight days ago, but Walt Weiss isn't sure when he'll be ready to pitch again.
7/27/2013 | Recently acquired reliever Boggs sent to Triple-A
The Rockies sent right-handed reliever Mitchell Boggs to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Saturday to make room for Saturday's starter against the Brewers, Collin McHugh.
7/27/2013 | CarGo sits for second straight game with finger injury
Carlos Gonzalez missed his second straight game Saturday as he continued to deal with the pain of a right middle finger sprain that he aggravated in his first at-bat on Thursday night.
7/27/2013 | Raburn giving Tribe plenty of pop in limited role
Given all the Tribe's offseason activity, the acquisition of Ryan Raburn did not turn many heads.
7/27/2013 | Rockies, Chacin eye series win to close out homestand
The Rockies, who need to take the rubber match in order to end their homestand at .500, send Jhoulys Chacin to the hill at Coors Field on Sunday. For Milwaukee and starter Donovan Hand, clinching the series would be a bright spot after a rough week.
7/27/2013 | Wandy feeling good after long-toss sessions
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said Wandy Rodriguez was "encouraged" after making two sets of 70 long tosses from 80-90 feet on Friday. Rodriguez was scheduled to do two sets of 60 long tosses from the same distance on Saturday.
7/27/2013 | Uehara dominant in first month as Red Sox's closer
Friday marked the one-month anniversary of when Koji Uehara closed his first game for the Red Sox. And all you have to do is look at the numbers to see that manager John Farrell picked the right guy to take over in the ninth inning.
7/27/2013 | Britton thriving in unfamiliar role
In the 106 appearances Drake Britton had in the Minor Leagues, 102 were as a starter. However, the lefty has made four outings for the Red Sox since his callup July 14, and they've all been successful relief appearances.
7/27/2013 | Carp starts, slumping Nava sits
With Daniel Nava in a 2-for-12 funk coming out of the All-Star break, Mike Carp made the start in left field for the Red Sox in Saturday night's game against the Orioles.
7/27/2013 | Wooten's spring experience aided him in MLB debut
The newest Brewers reliever believes his successful season began at Miller Park long before his Major League debut on Friday night.
7/27/2013 | Molitor to Braun: 'Transparency is important'
Former Brewers star Paul Molitor, who battled a cocaine addiction early in his Hall of Fame career, offered some advice to suspended slugger Ryan Braun on Saturday: Tell the whole truth.
7/27/2013 | Estrada ready for rehab assignment
Brewers right-hander Marco Estrada is ready to begin a Minor League rehabilitation assignment, his final step before rejoining the starting rotation after a long battle with hamstring and back issues.
7/27/2013 | Baby Brewers clinch division title
It has been a trying season for the Milwaukee Brewers, but a great one for their little brothers in Helena, Mont., the Pioneer League's Helena Brewers.
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